Video: April 2016 news brief
Video by Yuri Smishkewych
Kean University President Dawood Farahi agreed to let another auditor, former state Supreme Court Justice John Wallace, to review and asses the university’s report regarding discrimination on campus. The announcement comes following controversy surrounding Kean’s pick for an auditor, Rev. Michael Blackwell.
Kayla-Simone McKelvey — the Kean graduate accused of making threats against black students on Twitter — was denied entry into a probationary program that would expunge her record. McKelvey’s lawyer has until March 30 to appeal the decision.
Students weigh in on online classes after Kean University received approval from Middle States to bring certain programs online.
Local restaurants off-campus are now accepting Cougar Dollars.